How do you determine the amount of my bill?
If served with public water, bills are determined by the amount of water that has passed through your water meter since the last meter reading. Meters are read quarterly. Wastewater is not metered, but rather is based on 85% of the amount of water that is delivered through the meter to your home. If not served by public water, there is no way to measure the usage and as such you are billed a flat fee. The rates currently being charged are presented above.

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1. Where do I make my water and wastewater service payments?
2. How do you determine the amount of my bill?
3. Why do I have to pay so much for a vacant lot, or uninhabited dwelling?
4. Who can I call if I need further billing information?
5. What are the current rate schedules?
6. Why are my water and sewer rates so much more expensive than where I used to live?
7. How do I get public water and/or wastewater extended to my property?
8. How are new extensions paid for?
9. What should I do if sewage backs up into my house?
10. What causes a sewage backup?
11. What can I do to prevent backups?